Jim gets called before a grand jury where he promptly gets thrown into jail for contempt.
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The first and only episode where a post script was used: "The abuse of the Federal Grand Jury system as dramatized here is currently permissible under existing laws." ("currently" referring to the production date in 1976.) See more
When Jim Rockford is summoned into the federal grand jury chambers at the beginning of the episode, the bailiff who calls him (played by James Garner's brother Jack) is outfitted with a uniform that says "County Sheriff" on the arm patch. A federal grand jury, however, would not be attended by county employees; security at federal courthouses is provided by the United States Marshals Service. See more
This is Jim Rockford. At the tone leave your name and message, I'll get back to you.
Doctor Salter's office. This is the third time you've cancelled. Now you have to have that root canal. A sore foot has nothing to do with your mouth!
Disclaimer before end credits: The abuse of the Federal Grand Jury system as dramatized here is currently permissible under existing laws. See more